Betty and Dr. Irving Rozenfeld (z”l)

Betty and Irv pictured with four camper grandchildren and one staff grandchild (and the parents of those grandchildren) on Visitors’ Day 2009.

Betty and Irv pictured with four camper grandchildren and one staff grandchild (and the parents of those grandchildren) on Visitors’ Day 2009.

Our relationship with Camp Ramah began in 1961 when our oldest child, David, became a camper and Irv started as camp doctor for two weeks. Subsequently all of our children – Debby, Ellen, Jon and Ranna became campers and then staff. Irv continued as a camp doctor for 18 summers. Our oldest grandchild, Nami Dobrusin, became a camper in 1992 to be followed by our other grandchildren: Yael, Shai, Ethan, Emily, Jordan, Sydney, Noah and Rebecca. We again returned to camp for Visitors’ Days. M’Dor l’Dor! For this we feel truly blessed and grateful that the values and the total experience of camp are continuing to impact our family. We want to insure that this legacy continues to future generations.

Ann Lesley Rosenlegacy